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will be back again next week. larry glazer, four eks to deadline day, this monster law is was supposed to help. so what. is that a worry? >> brenda, you only get one chance to make a ft impression. the first impression is obamacare has been a disaster. it started with a botch enrollment process. it is horror stories, losing your doctor. the american people aren't buying it. their interest in support of this policy is waning, they're regreting the policy, so should we. >> it's not just the number of pele who are enrolling or not enrolling. it's the type of person, the young and healthy ones. we don't know they are buying. >> absolutely. the number they should be focusing on is 20%. the people who signed up, who are 18 to 24. >> that number, those are 34-year-olds. there aren't a lot of very young people that have signed up. they're the ones that are supposed to y for everyone else. there is no mechanism to collect the fee for that. the tax. they have to file a tax return in order for the irs to get their money. a lot of 18-ar-olds aren't getting jobs, the system is in trouble because of this. >
was too much about him. larry king was like a piece of furniture. but piers made the show about him. and i think that when you do that, people really have to like you or they're going to really dislike you. >> i've heard kinder descriptions of larry. he was a good interviewer. >> he was a good interviewer. that's the point. >> i know. what about this notion, i mean, certainly, don lemon of cnn increasingly giving voice about what seemed to be liberal opinions. the whole idea of cnn becoming more opinionates. >> cable news is becoming more opinionated. cnn was on the low end of a survey done last year, 4r5%, but they seem to be going 340r and more in that direction. more people are getting the news from their phone. people want perspective. i think jeff zucker sees that and they want to give perspective on what's going on. >> briefly, joe, what was the show? piers morgan started out as a celebrity interviewer, they know but it never seemed to have quite an identity, did it? >> no. and that's a big key, howie. you have to have a specific brand as to what your show is. larry king had that. tv
and before the great recession. ali dug deeper into the report with larry icall the project director for pew's philadelphia program. listen. >> one of the fascinating things we found was in 1970, 44% of people we considered middle class did not have a high school degree because there were the blue collar jobs available. that's not the case now. you need a college degree or a lot of college education to be considered part of the middle class. it's true nationally and in philadelphia. >> i've been talking to people about this all day. they say, "tell me why? why did it happen? what happened to philadelphia? why was it hit harder to other cities that you looked at?" what is the april to that. >> it was certainly hit hard. whether it was harder than other cities is hard to say. philadelphia was a heavily manufacturing town. when those jobs disappeared it tack a hard hit and maybe a little longer than other cities figure out what the next step is. now it's dependent on education and the medical sector and that is working better for the city. >> is the geography of philadelphia - does it work a
recap. donald trump will be here and larry the cable guy. >> head in for the after the show show. more on the pocket pets too. >> and mice and rats. and a box turtle. >> have a good day, everybody. >> we begin this hour with a fox news alert with the crisis in the ukraine. russia is openly defying international calls to stand down in ukraine's disputed peninsula. after taking full control yesterday, the nato secretary general said the invasion threatens people and security in europe. hundreds of thousands of protesters take to the streets in kiev. you can hear the cheers as ukraine's prime minister mobilizes the country's military, urging president putin to pull back his troops. there is no sign of that. good morning, everyone. great to have you here in america's news headquarters. >> ukraine calls russia's invasion a declaration of war. this is the u.s. all urging russia to end the blockade and pull out. there seems to be very little at this point. any leader can change the mind of vladimir putin and end the growing crisis that echoes the soviet invasion of the cold war. live vi
with larry the project director for pew's philadelphia program. listen. >> one of the fascinating things we found was that in 970, 44% of the people that we considered middle class didn't even have a high school degree. because there were those blue collar jobs available. obviously that's not the case now. you need a college degree or at least a lot of college education to be considered part of the middle class. and that's true nationally. it's certainly true in philadelphia. >> so when people say -- i have been talking to people about this all day. and they say, tell me why? why did it happen? what happened to philadelphia why was it hit harder than so many other cities that you looked at? what's the answer to that? >> well, i mean, it was certainly hit hard whether it was harder than other cities is hard to say think philadelphia was a heavily manufacturing town. and when those jobs disappeared, it took a hard hit, and it may be took a little longer than some other cities to figure out what the next step was. now, you know, it's a heavily dependent on education and the medical sector and
an intoxicant. what the downside is, we're not really in a position to measure it yet. host: larry up next. republican collar from indiana. is, what isuestion the legal ramifications for anijuana sales? we just had accident happen in south bend, indiana, where the gentleman driving the car was high on marijuana. do they have the same response as a bartender selling someone alcohol in go out? make a really good point, because this is all brand-new territory. so if we stop a guy who we think is driving high on that the only guy -- way you can find out content in someone's blood is through a blood test. to say will you consent to a blood test? the legal ramifications you suggest could be almost impotent. if the guy is using thc it determined he caused the accident or maybe even kill someone on the highway, who then backwards of the food chain is responsible? bartender and the guy uses it andight over the counter walked out and kill someone, there is responsibility that way. hand, you will not go back to a liquor store and say you sold this guy a bottle of gin and he drove and killed somebody.
to start this well, indiana state and larry bird. they won 33 straight games in 1979. >>> a stanford star made her final home game a great one against washington state. she scored 37 points. and pulled down 13 rebounds. she is going to be missed next season. stanford improves to 28-2. the cardinal is an amazing 57-0 against the cougars. >>> it was senior night in berkeley. the cal women hosting washington. she knocks down three of her game-high 24. but the huskies spoiled the party. 70-65 the final. despite the loss, cal is the number two seed in the pac-12 tournament. >>> sonny gray was so hot last season, bob melvin went with him instead of bartolo an a's hall of famer threw out the first pitch. gray allowed just two hits. scribner had two strikeouts in his one inning of relief. they combined for 13 strikeouts. drew pomeranz gets this batter swinging. the game ended in a 2-2 tie. the cubs and giants were rained out. >>> stanford held the first of three open practice sessions today. the cardinal will try to replace 12 starters, six on defense and six on offense. tyler gaffney accounted f
for the dramatic finish here in phoenix. rejoin darrell waltrip, larry mcreynolds and mike yojoyce. >> one thing bothering me a little bit, is look for the oil, where the oil was, the white line around the bottom of the track. that's his groove. if he goes in there and catches that and gets a little loose or slips a little bit, man, he could have his hands full. >> darrell, you won 84 of these races. you had the dominant car. you ran out front all kday. you'd be saying, how many more of these restarts do have to win? >> you know there's so many things that can happen. and in your mind, that thing you got to do, you got to put all those cars that could happen. spin the tires, you could drive yourself crazy coming to get this lazy restart. really, take a deep breath, relax and be ready to go. >> they've blown off the speedy drive. harvick has elected to restart on the inside. >> well, he has to, mike. that's been his line. i don't know there's a lot of oil down there. i didn't see a lot of oil out of the 41. nonetheless, it is something to concern yourself about. >> mike, add in a green/white chec
time you nt a dvd, don't bother rewinding it. the way i see it, it's t next guy's problem. oh, larry. she thinks i'm crazy. mm-hmm. but would a crazy person save 15% on car insurance in just minutes? [ chuckles ] [ malennouncer ] 15 minutes for a quote is crazy. with esurance, 7½ minutes could save you on car insurance. welcome to the modern world. esurance. backed by allstate. click or call. disapproved. an islamic s >> it was removed after they disapproved. an islamic symbol erased from katy perry's music video. a petition calling for youtube to take the video down. reached 60,000. the lead critic, blaspheme is blamed, burned whilst wearing a pendant. forming the word allah. the critic's name, b.h. obama. >> kidding. >> lightning round. >> should she have succumbed to pressure? >> katy perry did the decent thing. nobody was coming after her with the law or threatening her. she is not in the business of offending people. not her agenda. why not do a decent thing? they didn't soup hue her. isn't this how discourse is resolved? they asked. >> do you think they asked, or like a veile
of those plans, what insurance companies call form yyou larrys were not available. nonetheless, they insured her that when she met her hefty deductible, she would be recovered at 100%. if you fast forward two months, she is then informed by them that they will not be covering the crucial medication that keeps her disease at bay. now, i do think it's very important to stress here that this medication which is administered at her oncologist's office twice a month is not a rare, novel or experimental treatment. it is the common standard of care for people with her disease. >> interestingly, your mother is not somebody who doesn't know how to navigate the health care system. she helped run your father's practice. your father, her husband is a medical doctor. she has worked in a medical office. she understand the jargon, the process, and yet it was virtually impossible for a seasoned professional like her to work through the challenges she faced. >> everything you say is true. she is highly intelligent, competent, experienced in the old system which, to be true, had its problems. if
industry in general. you know, piers morgan's ratings weren't all that much worse than larry king's when he left. i think is there still a place in cable news for this sort of one-on-one interview on a nightly basis when there isn't always major news and sort of major bookings for these interviews. and, you know, the other question that i think cnn has to think about is, you know, the age in which the bookings define the show, we might be be seeing that coming to an end. right? if you look at the two most popular shows on fox and on msnbc, those are shows with the least bookings because they have outsized personalities sitting behind the desk. you have bill o'reilly at fox news, mrachel maddow at msnbc. piers morgan just might not be the right size personality that american viewers wanted to see in that share. >> dylan byars, thanks for joining me. >> my pleasure. thanks, brian. >> quick break here. when i come back, something will happen tonight with the oscars that has never happened before. . hey guys! sorry we're late. did you run into traffic? no, just had to stop by the house to grab
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older seniors is a way to fill up the time. larry davis and dwight shank are making morning rounds. >> how are you? >> how are you. >> nice to meet you. >> today's task - bridging the snow tyres up from the basement and catching up with friends. >> it's not often, but it's when we need it. that's when we call for help. >> bobby is retired. >> do you plan much. >> by the time we are in our 80s. we were beginning to need help. >> bobby is giving her husband cooking lessons, just in case. >> i never liked cooking. i'm not good at it. bobby takes special efforts to keep me learning how to cook. so if i'm alone or if she's in the hospital for a long time, a nursing home, i don't like the said of living alone. >> she won't be alone. for all the benefits there are draw backs. >> i was involved with a member on a whole variety of things. i was working with her on her computer, on her exercise machine, and sometimes we would just chat for a bit. i enjoyed her and she had a sudden death. that hit me as hard as anything recently aside from my own family members. >> it's not part of the job de
rewinding it. the way i see it, it's the next guy's problem. oh, larry. she thinks i'm crazy. mm-hmm. but would a crazy person save 15% on car insurance in just 15 minutes? [ chuckles ] [ male announcer ] 15 minutes for a quote is crazy. with esurance, 7½ minutes could save you on car insurance. welcome to the modern world. esurance. backed by allstate. click or call. welcome to the modern world. if ...hey breathing's hard... know the feeling? copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airways for a full 24 hours. spiriva helps me breathe easier. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if your breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision changes or eye
, it's the next guy's problem. oh, larry. she thinks i'm crazy. mm-hmm. but would a crazy person save 15% on car insurance in just 15 minutes? [ chuckles ] [ male announcer ] 15 minutes for a quote is crazy. with esurance, 7½ minutes could save you on car insurance. welcome to the modern world. esurance. backed by allstate. click or call. welcome to the modern world. explaining my moderate to severe so there i was again, chronic plaque psoriasis to another new stylist. it was a total embarrassment. and not the kind of attention i wanted. so i had a serious talk with my dermatologist about my treatment options. this time, she prescribed humira-adalimumab. humira helps to clear the surface of my skin by actually working inside my body. in clinical trials, most adults with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis saw 75% skin clearance. and the majority of people were clear or almost clear in just 4 months. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events, such as infections, lymphoma, or other types of cancer have happened. blood, li
and larry the cable guy. >> head in for the after the show show. more on the pocket pets too. >> and mice and rats. and a box turtle. >> have a good day, everybody. >> we begin this hour with a fox news alert with the crisis in the ukraine. russia is openly defying international calls to stand down in ukraine's disputed peninsula. after taking full control yesterday, the nato secretary general said the invasion threatens people and security in europe. hundreds of thousands of protesters take to the streets in kiev. you can hear the cheers as ukraine's prime minister mobilizes the country's military, urging president putin to pull back his troops. there is no sign of that. good morning, everyone. great to have you
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